'Your Call Will Be Answered Shortly' Leif TFN006 This free-netlabel treat runs alongside Leif's recent 12" Vinyl release - "Customer Services" EP. combined they show a cross-section of some of Leif's handywork over the last few months; ranging from phat chunky grooves to gentle dubby warmth. Enjoy :) 01. Press 1 for sales 02. Press 2 for customer services 03. Press 3 for accountswww.trimsound.co.uk Topics: trimsound, leif, tfn006
Inbetween the missionary work to convert our esteemed vinyl artists to contribute to the brave new world of online publishing, Textone is always more than happy to discover and introduce talented new faces. The latest member of the Textone collective, 21-year old Leif, has already turned some heads in the UK with first his output, but has thus far remained relatively obscure on the continental side of Europe. On this dubby six-tracker, Leif suprises with a thoroughly mature lush sound, simply... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Textone, Dubhouse, Techhouse Source: original recording for textone
Wind-as-main-trigger affected aspects of nearby trees during the 60s-90s simultaneously with leif BRUSH's solar powered terrestrial Terrain Instrument constructions- equipped for multiple monitorings from all local analog vibrations via pre-amped sensor output varieties- and were combined with the Jerry Chamkis synthesizer and Kosmophone; multiple year recordings are layered using these sound sources and the master 12-inch reel was released, full version -this copy, on two tracks in 2005;... Topics: Terrain Instruments, Kosmophone, Microflown, strain gauge, triaxial accelerometer, soundworks,...
We review the evidence for the argument that Rudolf Wolf's calibration of the Sunspot Number is likely to be correct and that Max Waldmeier introduced an upwards jump in the sunspot number in 1945. The combined effect of these adjustments suggests that there has been no secular change in the sunspot number since coming out of the Maunder Minimum ~1700. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1003.4666v1
By using dark nebulae as opaque outer screens, the luminosity function of white dwarfs and M dwarfs has been studied. High-extinction areas towards the Orion A, Serpens and rho Oph cloud complexes were observed, covering a volume corresponding to 464 pc3 in the solar neighbourhood, complete to Mv=16.5. Foreground stars were selected by VRI photometry and photometric parallaxes. The resulting foreground sample consists of 21 M dwarfs and 7 white dwarfs. The derived M-dwarf luminosity function is... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/9806166v1
The success of recently proposed models for describing rapidity-gap events in DIS at HERA, in terms additional colour exchange between the struck system and the proton remnant in boson-gluon fusion events, are found to rely heavily on the absence or artificial suppression of perturbative gluon emission in the forward region. A model without such suppression is presented, which cannot describe the rapidity-gap events without a pomeron-inspired mechanism. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9512373v1
>> Inauguration of my send-receive FM transmissions via modulated laser- with mono imputs and 2 mixed channel out put- from the treeharps forest network: featuring a 9 ga. galvanized steel strand, Draft Monitor, Terrestrial Whistlers, Signal Discs, and other instruments; all of which included mechanical stepping switches to turn on/off specific Terrain Instruments; in addition, infinity transmitters relayed all mixed-down signals from a modified telephone keypad. A carry-over... Topics: infinity, FM transmitters, stepping switches, accelerometers, solar powered preamps, sensors,...
>>this Nagra fulltrack windribboning recorded process includes direct-contact from pre-recorded sound inputing pairs of Shadow sensors attached-with beeswax-to surfaces at both ends of a 200 foot long metal windribbon; inputs included human and other Terrain Instruments in the same locale, bird, human voiced sources and originating from Philips cassette tracks http://www.d.umn.edu/~lbrush/lbarchivesf1.html#anchor1223493 Aspects of the terrain instruments â Leif Brush (refer... Topics: Terrain Instruments, analog, nature, wind, windribboning, beat frequencies, wind perturbations,...
This document describes the strategies for the development of the Pythia7 program. Both the internal and external structure of the program is discussed. Some comments on relationship to other software is given as well as some comments on coding conventions and other technical details. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9810208v1
I got so fed up reading a particular article of Lifehacker, that I decided to start doing my own programming lectures. These are the lectures I wish I had while I was first learning to program. I try to teach you everything you will need to know to do well in Computer Science, while still teaching you via examples whenever possible.
Mursula et al.  (MTL11) suggest that there is a 22-year variation in solar wind activity that coupled with the variation in heliographic latitude of the Earth during the year, gives rise to an apparent semiannual variation of geomagnetic activity in averages obtained over several solar cycles. They conclude that the observed semiannual variation is seriously overestimated and is largely an artifact of this inferred 22-year variation. We show: (1) that there is no systematically... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1105.3241v1
Science Fiction parody in nostalgic style about a crazy German scientist who believes that the Anunaki from outer space will enslave mankind soon. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Nibiru aliens science fiction parody
Do you remember lefolk's last RB-contribution "weather to shore" back in May 2011? So now he is back with a new, wonderful 8-track-album called "isn't this dangerous?". lefolk is audio/video artist Leif Folkvord of Ann Arbor, Michigan USA. He has released his album "intermitter" on NKR. His self-released material is available via audio.lefolk.com. "isn't this dangerous?" is deep and moving 48-minute journey. A fading structure and slight beats in the... Topics: lefolk, ambient, soundscape
This is a day in the life of an author of two books, "Green Mountain Road" and "Through The Withering Storm". I talk about book signings, people you meet, and my experiences that made me want to convert to Catholicism. Topics: priest, sacred heart, church, conversations, holy spirit
The Sudakov veto algorithm for generating emission and no-emission probabilities in parton showers is revisited and some reweighting techniques are suggested to improve statistics by oversampling in specific cases. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1211.7204v1
Waldmeier  found a very tight relationship between the F10.7 solar radio flux and the sunspot number and suggested using the flux for an objective calibration of the sunspot number. He suggested that if this relationship changed later on, the sunspot number should be re-calibrated, assuming that the calibration must have drifted with time. I repeat his analysis using data up to the present and it is, indeed, clear that the relationship has changed significantly. This could be due to a... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1008.4832v1
lefolk is audio/video artist Leif Folkvord of Grand Rapids, Michigan USA. The material he creates is influenced by a formal education in media arts filtered through the juxtaposition of experiences at his day(night) job as a pilot. After two full-length albums and the EP "blankscape", lefolk releases his new work "weather to shore" on Resting Bell. Consisting of 13 tracks and a complete duration of one hour, "weather to shore" is a wonderful microsonic sound... Topics: lefolk, weather to shore, ambient, soundscape
This second podcast is for my website, www.valhallabooks.com and is the story of the first time I struck out on my own and travelled to BC and back Topics: hitch-hiking, hostel, homeless, highway, Vancouver, Coast, Welfare
Terrain Instrument WINDRIBBON vibratory and punctuated ruffling happens and is eventually joined by insect collisions, squirrel chattering spills down tree bark transferring onto this 1/2 inch brass ribbon-stretched 200 feet from tree-to-tree. From hear on through- approximately 58 minutes:42 seconds- personal intercession occurs; however, vibrations abound: trees, wind, improvisations using tree branches, insects, particulates and unexpected collisions or wind gustiness. This, a 2nd of several... Topics: teleconstructs spacework, Clarke Belt satellites, windribboning, Microflown, windribbon,...
The jet structure in events with Drell-Yan-produced W bosons is discussed, and a new model for describing such event is presented. The model is shown to explain recent measurements of the W-jet rapidity correlation and predicts a transverse energy flow at high W rapidities (corresponding to probing small-x partons in one of the incoming protons) higher than conventional parton cascade event generators. Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/9508261v1
The brown dwarf population in the Pleiades cluster has been probed in a deep 850 arcmin2 RIJK survey. The survey is complete to I=21.4 in 76% of the area and to I=20.2 in the remaining 24%. Photometry of 32 previously known members is presented together with 8 new candidates, four of which are below the brown dwarf limit. The faintest one is the lowest mass brown dwarf candidate found hitherto in the Pleiades (I=20.55, 0.04Msun). The derived Pleiades luminosity function is compared to the most... Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/9802292v1